okay so i put the front sway bar bushings on. you may have heard me say it before but if not, when i ordered the energy suspension front sway bar bushings for a 92-96 prelude they sent me some 22mm bushings WAAAAYY too small, but thats all they had so i just ordered some 25mm generic bushings. this set comes with both the bushing and the housing that it goes in, which is very important since the stock bushing is extremely large and the energy suspension bushing will not fit in the stock bushing housing. installation was very straightforward but does require some patience and some muscle since it is a generic kit and isn't specifically intended for the prelude, i needed to bend the brackets slightly to make them fit better also.
performance impression: definitely less front body roll, i already had the rears installed and these complemented them nicely. the most noticeable effect of the bushings is the increased steering response. not as much effort is required in the steering wheel for turns anymore. for that alone i'd get them. they only cost me about $15 i believe, from suspension.com ...if you want the numbers of the kits i used just ask. oh, and this was for a 4th gen, but i believe the bushings are the same.